But smacky, the TRT use is actually not illegal to use, and if they are going to classify it as a steroid if you take too much tne it should just be outlawed altogether. That dumb court from the infamous sonnen hearing last year ended up suspending Sonnen not because of TRT but because of discretion of all things, and also Chael's doctor is a dummy.
When you say not illegal to use, do you mean it's allowed by commissions for an athlete in competition, or legal as in you won't be arrested?
I'd normally agree with you that it should be completely prohibited since they classify it with other anabolics. But there might be a case where it's actually legitimate, like that Olympic sailor who lost his testicles to cancer. But he's one of two cases USADA has approved in their entire history across all sports. Various athletic commissions are currently letting five active MMA fighters use TRT, that we know about.
I concur that the CSAC is a bunch of morons. But they were informed by Sonnen that he had a TUE to use TRT in Nevada, which wasn't true. The suspension was originally for using synthetic testosterone, not nondisclosure, but they bought his "I was already approved before" defense.
What's even sadder about the CSAC, is that they actually used to be even worse than they are now. Armando Garcia made the people in that video look like a gathering of MENSA members.
Anyway, if they can get TUEs for TRT, it's legal and there's obviously nothing I can do about it. But when people say I shouldn't be allowed to voice my opinion on it because I'm obviously uneducated about it (you didn't obviously, but that's what prompted by initial post) it obviously has the effect of making me voice my opinion about TRT. Because I like to discuss topics, hate being told what to do, and I can type during the commercials while I watch football.